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doku, a chechen terrorist, known as their bin laden. tell me about him. >> doku, marv is a bad man. a man shared by the united states and russia on the terrorist list. he has been a pint of agreement for the two countries during very difficult time over the last couple of years. however he denied officially denied on behalf of his movement and himself that the tsarnaev brothers were part of it or they he recruited tamerlan while tamerlan was in dagestan, so at best if we can believe that, and there is no reason he wouldn't have taken credit if he was involved. so i think we are talking inspiration through on-line videos. or perhaps the other way around. tamerlan wanted to be respected by the actual fighters. and this was, he that, his way of doing it. perhaps the next time there was talk that they were going to go back it chechnya soon. perhaps this was his homecoming gift. >> although, again, dzhokhar tsarnaev is claim theg came up with this on their own and there is no work with any outside organizational or international group, the fact that russian authorities contacted the fbi
agreed to join forces on agreed to join counterterrorism. specifically against chechen terrorist doku umarov and his al-qaeda affiliated caucasus emrit. umarov's casualty business emrit is in a region between the caspian and black seas that includes the russian republic of dagestan. after this agreement was reached, russian intelligence then asked the fbi to investigate tamerlan tsarnaev, the elder of two brothers charged with carrying out the boston marathon bombings that killed three people. two americans and a chinese national and wounded 260 on april the 15th. tamerlan was age 26 when he was shot and killed four days after the marathon by police in watertown, massachusetts, where he and his brother dzhokhar, age 19, had sought refuge. okay. back to russia's request in 2011. the fbi fulfilled the russian request and interviewed tamerlan and found nothing suspicious. but the russians were not satisfied with the fbi nothing suspicious report so the russians then asked the cia to look into tamerlan's background, especially any links to radical islam. so the cia added tamerlan's name
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